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Waco may refer to multiple places in the United States of America:

Waco may also refer to: Waco is a city located in Haralson County, Georgia. ... Waco is a town located in Jasper County, Missouri. ... Waco is a village located in York County, Nebraska. ... Waco is a town located in Cleveland County, North Carolina. ... Waco is the county seat of McLennan County, Texas. ...

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The Waco Massacre (2656 words)
Waco occurred under the presidency of Bill Clinton, with Janet Reno and Wesley Clark in supporting roles.
Waco, The Rules of Engagement has, however, been severely criticised for ignoring available evidence and for promoting the view that the deaths of the women and children at Waco were the result of government negligence and incompetence rather than deliberate murder by government agents.
Waco: A New Revelation is a film so disturbing that before it was even released, it triggered new investigations in both houses of Congress and prompted the United States Department of Justice to reopen its own investigation into the events at Waco.
Handbook of Texas Online: (2485 words)
Waco is in central McLennan County about seventy miles south of Dallas near the confluence of the Brazos and Bosque rivers.
Waco's population grew from 3,008 in 1870 to 7,295 by 1880; by 1900 there were 20,686 people living in the city, making it the sixth largest population center in Texas.
Lynchings had occurred in Waco in 1905, 1915, and 1916, and on at least one occasion the fl victim was publicly burned in the town square; in the 1920s mobs of white citizens hanged or burned other fls as well.
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